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Boseong County is located in south central Jeonnam province, on the coast of the South Sea, or Korea Strait.
Information about the business climate and economy of Jeonnam province, as well as businesses active in more than one district of Jeonnam.
Damyang County is situated in north central Jeonnam, sandwiched between Gwangju metropolitan city and Jeonbuk province.
Information related to educational institutions and activities within Jeonnam province.
Gangjin County is in southwestern Jeonnam, on the coast of the South Sea (Korea Strait). It lies to landward of the island county of Wando.
Goheung County consists of a peninsula and surrounding islands, extending into the South Sea (Korea Strait) from Boseong County.
Gokseong County is north of Suncheon City in western Jeonnam. It adjoins Jeonbuk province on the north.
Gurye County lies in the northwestern corner of Jeonnam, touching provinces of Gyeongnam and Jeonbuk.
Gwangyang City lies in west central Jeonnam, on the border with Gyeongnam province.
Haenam County stands at the southwestern tip of the Korean peninsula. It is sheltered from the open water of the West Sea (Yellow Sea) by the island county of Jindo.
Hampyeong County is on the northwestern coast of Jeonnam, touching the West (or Yellow) Sea.
Hwasun County is in central Jeonnam, southeast of Gwangju metropolitan city.
Jangheung County lies in south central Jeonnam, on the coast of the South Sea (Korea Strait).
Jangseong County is in northwestern Jeonnam, bordering Jeonbuk province on the north and Gwangju metropolitan city on the south.
Jindo County consists primarily of Jindo Island, a large island off the southwestern tip of the Korean peninsula. Its closest neighbor by land is Haenam County. The county is best known for the Jindo breed of dog, a Korean national symbol.
Distinct places within Jeonnam province, including the metropolitan city of Gwangju.
Mokpo City is a port city situated in southwestern Jeonnam, on the coast of the West Sea (Yellow Sea).
Muan County lies in west central Jeonnam, on the coast of the West Sea (Yellow Sea). It is immediately north of Mokpo City.
Naju City can be found in central Jeonnam, just southwest of Gwangju metropolitan city.
Sinan County consists of an archipelago in the West Sea (Yellow Sea), off the west coast of Jeonnam province. It neighbors Mokpo City and Muan County.
Suncheon City is a major port city in south central Jeonnam, situated on Suncheon Bay, an inlet of the South Sea (Korea Strait).
Wando County lies off the southern coast of Jeonnam in the South Sea (Korea Strait). It is close to the coasts of Haenam and Gangjin Counties.
Yeongam County is close to Mokpo City in southwestern Jeonnam.
Yeonggwang County is situated on the coast of the West Sea (Yellow Sea), in the northwestern corner of Jeonnam. It touches Jeonbuk province on its northern border.
Yeosu City shares the coast of Suncheon Bay with Suncheon City. It lies in southeastern Jeonnam province.